Halvor Egner Granerud took his eighth World Cup win of the ski jumping season â€“ and second of the weekend in Willingen â€“ with another masterful display.
Poor weather conditions in Germany meant the second jump was cancelled, leaving Granerud to toast a tenth podium from 17 events after a 149-metre first-run jump.
That was comfortably the longest of the day and he won by 19.3 points from silver medallist Piotr Zyla.
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The Polish athlete jumped 137 metres and finished just 2.1 points ahead of Germanyâ€™s Markus Eisenbichler, who completed the podium.
Granerud â€“ who had not won a World Cup event before this season â€“ tops the standings with 1206 points, 318 ahead of second-placed Eisenbichler.
The ski jumpers stay in Germany and go to Klingenthal for a double-header next weekend.
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